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New carpeting fibers reflect the light. Dry dirt that is left on there can actually scratch the fibers and dull them. Sticky stains not only add unwelcome color (hello, grape juice!), they can make dry dirt stick to it. Small spots can easily turn into stains, so stain management is key to a long-lasting floor. It will prevent soils from damaging your carpeting’s integrity and make its beauty last.
Common Types of Soil
Dry dirt – This means all the mud, soil, clay and dust that blows inside or clings to shoes. Proper carpet stain management starts with frequent vacuuming.
Allergens – This includes dust, pollen, and spores. These cling to fibers and become airborne with every step.
Sticky substances – Anything that dries to a sticky finish will cling to fibers and create spots. This can be sugary liquids like juice and sweet tea as well as household detergents and personal grooming products.
Oils – Many foods, dressings, and even foot lotion can leave traces on carpets, even after you vacuum. Regular carpet cleaning and stain management are important.
Detergents – Have you used a commercial spot cleaner on your carpeting lately? Have you had your rugs cleaned by wet-extraction in the past? If all traces are not removed, dirt will adhere to the detergent residue and cause rapid re-soiling.